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American Journal of Philology, vol. viii. 3 Oct. 1887. H. C. Elmer, Que, Et, Atque in the Inscriptions of the Republic, in Terence and in Cato : a painstaking and elaborate investigation filling thirtysix pages. The writer however seems to be less familiar with Cicero than with the earlier Latin : thus he says 'the language at no period allowed with auy freedom the appending of que to words of five or more syllables.' A glance at Merguet or a few minutes' study of any writing of Cicero's would have shown him that the greatest master of Latin style has a positive delight in polysyllables, such as aedificatoremque, difficultatibusque, municipiorumque, innumerabilitatemque. Againque in classical Latin is not appended to words ending in short e': but we find orationeque N. D. iii. 5, cohibereque Acad. i. 45, docereque ib. ii. 29, while for Lucretius see Munro on I. 666.-B. L. Gildersleeve, The Articular Infinitive : an account of recent studies on the development of this use by Dr. R. Wagner and others. It seems to be inost frequent in Hypereides, whose average may be reckoned at about 1.50 per Teubner page, while Demosthenes stands at 1.25, Thucydides in the speeches at 1, in narrative at :30, Aeschines at :30, and Lysias 'in whom ethos reigns, and narrative is the great thing'at :12. Many interesting remarks are added by the writer who was among the first to moot the question : thus 'the dramatic poets were slow to adopt what to them must have seemed the vulgarism of the prep. with artic. inf.' 'As dié with the acc. of the artic. inf. became common, Útép with the gen. became moro rccherché.' 'In the great articular infin. complexes of the orators we feel intellectual grasp, not emotional sweep.' He adds 'the behaviour of the articular inf. in later Greek is full of interest for those who are working in that almost untilled field.'— Among the shorter notices there is one in praise of Holden's Cyropaedia.

Athenaeum : 19 Nov. 1887 ; letter from H. Wallis the archaic sculpture of the Acropolis '—10 Dec. notes from Rome, I. by R. Lanciani (new buildings ; Jordan ; Henzen)–24 Dec. notes from Rome, II. by R. L. (inds, resulting from works on the Tiber, of lead and of cippi, one speaking of a bridge of Agrippa) -31 Dec. letter from W. Mercer on 'some Etruscan tombs recently found near Perngia’(containing soine bronzes illustrative of xóttabos)—7 Jan. 1888; notes from Rome, III. by R. L. (discovery of cippi of Aqua Julia, &c. ; a gambler's tomb at Perugia ; silver plate at Pompeii)—14 Jan. review of Smith and Wace's Dictionary of Christian Biography.

Academy: 19 Nov. 1887 ; notices of some classi. cal schoolbooks (Merry's Knights ; Sidgwick's Eumenides etc.): a letter from F. Ll. Griffith on Clepsy. dras in Egypt'-26 Nov. H. C. Maxwell-Lyte, history of the Univ. of Oxford to 1530 (C. Elton); P. Langen, Plautinische Studien (E. A. Sonnenschein) -3 Dec. letter from W. T. Watkin ‘age of the walls of Chester' (further on this subject in 17 and 31 Dec.) -10 Dec. letter from W. Ridgeway on Rasenna'and Tursenoi' (further on 17 Dec.); Swete's Septuagint (W. Sanday); notices of Mélanges Renier and Madvig's Opuscula ; letter from R. Blair on 'Roman inscribed and sculptured stones' (continued on 31 Dec. and 7 Jan.)-17 Dec. J. C. Collins' reply to

Nettleship’s Pamphlet on the study of Mod. European languages and literature at Oxford-24 Dec. letters from F. J. A. Hort and W. Sanday on the latter's review of Swete's Septuagint–14 Jan. 1888; letter from R. Brown Jr. on A Dionysiac Etuscan inscription.'

Philologischer Anzeiger, vol. xvii, parts 4 and 5, contains :

Grammar, &c. 48. K. F. Johansson, de derivatis verbis contractis linguae Graecae quaestiones, pp. 218. Laborious, but often inconclusive (J. Wackernagel). 49. G. Mekler, Beiträge zur bildung des griechischen verbums. A scholarly and readable dissertation ; follows Fick (J. Wackernagel). 50. E. Engel, die aussprache des gricchischen. The writer approves of the modern method of pronouncing Greek, and expressly disclaims all pretensions to scholarship (L. Bornemann). 51. L. Havet, Abrégé de grammaire latine à l'usage des classes de grammaire. Closely combines syntax with accidence (G. Ihm). 52. A. Beltrami, il Grecismo nella sintassi Latina. Founded entirely on reviewer's own dissertation, Phil. Anz. 1885, p. 389 (J. Schäfler). 53. J. Praun, Bemerkungen zur syntax des Vitruv mit eingehender darstellung der substantivsätze. Vitruvius is a representative of the popular language in the Augustan age ; many of his peculiarities of style are identical with those that are sometimes supposed to be confined to African Latin. A valuable and interesting pamphlet (G. Ihm). 55. H. Usener, altgriechischer versbau, ein versuch vergleichender metrik. Important (F. Hanssen.)

Greek Authors. 55. E. Luebbert, meletemata in Pindari locos de Hieronis regis sacerdotio Cereali, pp. 24, Bonn (K. Seeliger). 56. L. Schmidt, quaestionis de Pindaricorum carminum chronologia supplementum alterum, pp. x +4, Marburg (L. Bornemann). 57. H. W. Schmidt, Kritische studien zu den griechischen dramatikern nebst einein anhang zur kritik der anthologie, I. zu Aeschylos und Sophokles. The author's emendations of the Persae and Philoctetes are specially examined by the reviewer (K. Schenkl), who commends the book to the careful study of all who are interested in the criticism of the Tragic poets. 58. E. Lalin, de praepositionum usu apul Aeschylum, pp. 57, Upsala. Supplements Menge's dissertation on the same subject (1863), and deals with the prepositions εν, σύν, μετά, αμφί, περί, napá, após, éni and úró (R. Hildebrandt). 59. J. M. Stahl, de hyporchemate amoebaco quod est in Euripidis Cyclope, pp. 13, Münster. Good (R. Hildebrandt). 60. Kirchhoff, über ein selbstcitat Herodots (vii 213) ; sitzungsberichte der königlichen academic der wissenschaften, Berlin, 1885, pp. 301-320 ; and T. Gomperz, über den abschluss des herodoteischen geschichtswerkes; sitzungsberichte der phil.-hist. classe der kaiserlichen akademie der wissenschaften, CXII, ii p. 507-531 (H. Kallenberg). 62. B. Niese, Flavii Josephi opcra edidit et apparatu critico instruxit ; vol. ii, Antiquitatum Judaicarum libri vi-x ; Weidmann, Berlin, 1885. Supplies for the first time a firm foundation for the text of Josephus ; vol. i (with prolegomena) not yet published (c. Franklin Arnold). [Vol. i. has since appeared.]

Latin Authors. 63. F. Plessis, Études critiques sur Properce et ses élégies. Its varied contents are

on the whole favourably noticed by R. Ehwald. editor's emendations are often excellent, but more 64 and 63. The Teubner text of martial by W. frequently rash and needless. In the fragments of Gilbert (1886), and the important edition by Fried- Ennius and Lucilius, the notation adopted by previous länder, are highly praised by E. Renn. 66. M. editors is unfortunately omitted. 82. Pruzsinszky, C. Gertz, L. Annaci Senecae dialogorum libros xii de Propertii carminibus in libros distribuendis, ad codicem praecimie Ambrosianum recensuit. opposes Lachmann's division. Favourably reviewed, with many original conjectures Greek Antiquitics. 83. Zimmermann, de nothorum by Fr. Schultess.

Athenis conditione, pp. 53, a good monograph, Antiquitics dc. 67. O. Gilbert, geschichte und instructively reviewed by C. Schaefcr. 84. Passow, topographie der stadt Rom in alterthum, i, 1883, pp. de crimine βουλεύσεως, pp. 43, distinguishes χειρί 308 ; ii, 1885, pp. 456. A learned and instructive εργαζόμενος αποκτείνω and βουλεύσας αποκτείνω but somewhat cumbersome work ; without an index. (Andoc. de Myst. 894) by making the former a 'caedes (U). 68. A. Bouché-Leclercq, Nanucl des institutions cruenta,' and the latter a 'caedes non cruenta, conromaines, pp. 655. A compendium founded mainly silio magis commissa et clandestina aliqua machinaon Marquardt (J. Schmidt).

tione' : this proposal is rejected by the reviewer who History of Education. 69. K. Kehrbach, kurz. holds, with Meier and Schömann, p. 384 ed. Lipsius, gefasster plan der Monumenta Germaniac Pacdagogica, that Boua evois was applied to the crime of plotting 1. Braunschweigische schulordnungen ron der ältesten the death of another without actually taking part in zeiten bis zum jahre 1828 (K. Hartfelder).

the act of homicide (C. Schaefer). 85. Roscher, The Bibliography mentions as published by Paul ausführliches lexicon der griechischen und römischen Neff at Stuttgart, in 20 parts at 60 pf. each, an anythologie, parts 7 to 10; indispensable (R. HildeAlbum by Rudolph Töpffer, including amusing and brandt). instructive sketches of scenes from Plautus. Parts 6 and 7 contain:

Philologische Rundschau, Bremen, 1887 :71. Edlinger, erklärung der thicrnamen aus allen No. 10.-Lübbert, Commentationes : (1) de Pindari sprachgebieten, wanting in thoroughness, but better in archa et sphragide componendis arte; (2) de Pin. executed than the small etymologico-geographical dari et Hieronis amicitia ; (3) de Pindari studiis Ter. lexicon by the same author (C. Angermann).

pandreis. (Bornemann): Stimulating, though admit. Grcek Authors. 72. Gemoll, dic homerischen hym- ting of dispute on many points. -Schäfler, Die sogenen herausgegeben und erläutert, contains much nannten Gräcismen bei den augusteichen Dichtern good and useful work but might easily be improved (Piger): a useful addition to Kühner's and Dräger's (K. Sittl). 73. Schnee, de Aristophanis manti- lists of examples, though not free from self-contrascriptis quibus Ranac et Aves traduntur (0. Bach- diction. - Planer, De haud et haudquaquam apud mann). 74. Zielinski, die gliederung der altattis. scriptorcs Latinos (Wagener): a complete and trust. chen Komödie, pp. 399, elaborate and comprehensive worthy history of the words through the whole period (W. Uckermann). 75. Briel, de Callistrato et Phi. of Latin literature. -Richter, Handel und Verkchr lonide sive de actionibus Aristophancis, pp. 68, contains des Mittelmeers im Altertum (Mg.): clear and intel. many valuable remarks, and shows familiarity with ligible, specially adapted for school libraries. the literature of the subject, independence of judg. No. 11.-Bernhard, Die Frage nach der chronoloment and clearness of exposition (É. Hiller).

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gischen Rcihenfolge der erhaltenen sophokleischen TraStrecker, über den rückzug der zehntausend, founded goedien (Oberdick): shews careful study, though the on residence for many years in upper Armenia. results are not always certain.-Brosin, Vergilii Differs from Kiepert (1) in making the Greeks march Aeneis (Ziegeler): an excellent school book.-L. v. by the W. of the Bingöl-Dagh, instead of the E., (2) Urlichs, Grundlegung und Geschichte der klassichen in identifying the Phasis (Anab. iv 6 & 4) with the Altertumswissenschaft (e): combines the universality Peri-Su, a tributary of the eastern Euphrates, instead of the past with the method of the present. —Zielinof the upper course of the Araxes, (3) the Harpasos ski, Die Märchenkomödie in Athen (Kaehler): an (iv 7 & 18) with the western Euphrates, instead of the attempt to explain the plots and incidents of Greek Tschoruk'; and (4) in placing mount Theches (iv. 7 comedies as borrowed from fairy tales. The fairy 821) in the Kolat-Dagh, and making the Greeks reach tale may be influenced by the comedy, as well as Trapezus by a long detour past Gumüschchane, vice versa.—Mekler, Euripides Meden, (Weinhold) : instead of marching through the valley of the Kowata intended simply for schools. From this point of view or the Sürmene (D. Erdmann). 77. Ingram it would perhaps be better to omit the textual critiBywater, Heracliti Ephesii reliquiae, 1877 ; a model cism, excellent as it is. edition, the value of which has long been recog. No. 12.-Leaf, The Iliad with English notes and nised (C. Cron). 78. Pfleiderer, die philosophic introduction (Sittl) : shews English common sense des Heraklit ron Ephesus im lichte der mysterienidee. and practicality, and snpplies an excellent commenNebst einem anhang über heraklitische einflüsse im tary, though, being based entirely on others' realttestamentlichen Kohelet und besonders im Buche der searches, it can lay no claim to originality.-Blaydes, Weisheit, sowie in der ersten christlichen literatur, Aristophanis Opera (Kaehler): affords a readable text, 1886 ; in fragment 38, ai yuxal ó ou Wyta i kao though the number of alternative conjectures sugqonu, proposes to read doibovtai, are purified.' In the gested is often bewildering.-Holder, Hcrodoti Hisphilosophical treatment of the subject which in this torine, vol. i. Bks. i-iv. (Schlichteisen): groups the work is more prominent than the philological, the MSS. into two classes (a) Mediccus and Angelicanus author differs from Zeller in important points (C. Passionci, (B) Romanus, Vindobonensis and CantaCron).

brigiensis, the Florentinus being mixed. Sometimes Latin Authors. 79. Kuklinski, critica Plautina the one class, sometimes the other gives the better commentationibus grammaticis illustrata (Göttinger reading. The text-criticism is conservative and dissertation, pp. 56), discusses Trin. 606 non credibile sensible, though perhaps in questions of spelling too dicis. At tu édepol nullus créduas, and investigates much weight is given to the MSS. -Soltau, Prolethe meaning of tute (tu ipse), and the position of gomena zu einer römischen Chronologie (Holzapfel) : ede 80. Cramer, de perfecti coniunctivi usul poten- the work is discussed in detail and finall recomtiali apid priscos scriptores Latinos. 81. Baehrens, mended to be read, though many of the views fragmenta poetarum Romanorum, pp. 427, the expressed are at variance with those entertained by

the critic.-Keller, der Saturnische Vers (Seelman): carries out in detail the principles of the author's earlier work, but the method is too subjective. What is really required is a scientific discussion of the extent to which the three possible forms of accent influence the Saturnian rhythm, and of the manner in which they affect one another.

No. 13.-Hollander, die handschriftliche Überlic. ferung der homerischen Hymnen (Thiele): probably a final classification of the MSS. material for constituting the text of the Homeric Hymns. —Petschenig, Plarii Cresconii Corippi quae supersunt, (Amann) : a great advance on preceding editions, and in many respects more conservative. The critical apparatus is perhaps almost too minute.-Bernouilli, die Bild. nisse der römischer Kaiser und ihrer Angehörigen (Heydemann): to be warmly recommended alike to historians and philologists, to artists and archaeologists.-Nissen, griechische und römische Metrologie (Holzapfel): a clear and on the whole accurate statement of such facts as are clearly ascertained. Schiller, Handbuch der Pädagogik für höhere Lchranstalten (Curschmann): presents an ideal for all teachers to follow.

No. 14.-Seeck, die Quellen der Odyssce (Sittl): traces the Odyssey to three distinct sources (1) the Odysseus of the bow-fight, (2) the Odysseus of the metamorphosis, (3) the Odysseus of the l'elemachy. The first arose in Aetolia, the second in Athens, the third was written by an inhabitant of Asia Minor, who had visited Italy and Sicily.-Goetz, Plauti Bacchides (Redslob); combines perfect accuracy in the apparatus criticus, completeness in the list of the variae lectiones, and moderation in emendation. — Engelhardt, die lateinische Conjugation nach den Ergebnissen der Sprachvergleichung dargestellt (*): calculated to further the spread of new theories, though not wholly free from some errors of detail. -Schmidt, Synonymik der griechischen Sprache (Rettig) : a work of great industry and value, though some of the details are perhaps debatable.—Zeuthen, die Lehre von den Kegelschnitten im Altertume (Menge): an interesting contribution to the knowledge of Greek mathematics.- Berger, Geschichte der "wissenschaft. lichen Erdkunde der griecher (Hansen): warmly recommended.-Max Duncker, Geschichte des Alter. tums (Swoboda): contains an account of the Periclean period. The first attempt to include the results of the newer criticism, by which the work is perhaps even too much influenced. It reads almost like a polemic against Pericles, yet in spite of certain somewhat exaggerated views, it is a book which every student of the period must read.

No. 15.-Bertram, Platonis Protagoras, (Nusser) : of all editions best suited for school purposes. – Godley, Histories of Tacitus (Wolff): a useful book for schools. -Unger, Zeitrechnung der griechen und Römer (Holzapfel) : discussion of a number of points of interest in connexion with the Greek and Roman Calendar.-Streit, zur Geschichte des zweiten Punischen Kriegs nach Cannae (Hesselbarth); a discussion of the points at issue between Livy and Polybius.—Flach, Peisistratus und scine litterarische Thätigkeit (Sitti): a new discussion of Peisistratus' position.-Brey, De septem fabulae stasimo altero (Brinckmeier): careful and thoughtful.-Devantier, Über das lateinische Relativ in der Verschrankung oder Konkurrenz (Paetzolt); a clear statement of the rules as to this special employment of the relative.

No. 16.-Meyer, Homer und die Ilius (Sittl): the origin of the Iliad discussed from a popular point of view.-Kral, Sophoclis tragoediae (Fox): a useful school edition. ---Schütz, Sophokleische Studien (Fox):

proceeds on sound conservative principles, but the results would have been of more permanent value had the author consulted more editions and monographs. -Rannow, Studia Thcocritea, (B): a discussion of the date of xiv. xv. xvi. and xvii., and of the relation of Theocritus to Callimachus. — Curschmann, Horatiana (Rosenberg) : the writer possesses the qualifi. cations necessary in a critic of Horace, and there is much of value in his work. Holtzinger, Kunsthis. torische Studien ($): a discussion of the origin of Church architecture, and various Christian antiqui. ties in Greece. - Morey Richardson, De dum particulas apwl priscos scriptores usu (Redslob): a complete and on the whole accurate history of the use of dum down to the time of Cicero.

No. 17.-Buermann, Dic handschriftliche Überlieferung des Isokrates (Klett): chiefly devoted to classification of the various correctors. -Edlinger, Erklärungen der Tiernanen: gives a good general view of the subject. --Weber, Griechische Elementar. grammatik : in spite of some omissions and dubious or inaccurate statements a work of real value.

No. 18.-Langen, Plautinische Studion (Redslob): comprehensive and careful, learned and stimulating but goes too far. Shakespeare himself, if subjected to the same microscopic scrutiny, would be open to the same criticism. - Heuzey, Lcs opérations militaires de Jules César par la mission de Macédoine (Menge) : does much to forward the solution of the problem, though it does not entirely succeed in clearing up all difficulties.-Gertz, L. Annaei Senecae dialogorum libros xii. : the author has recollated the Ambrosian MS., and added some readings from B, a fourteenth century Berlin MS., and Fa fifteenth century MS. from the Laurentian library, which two latter MSS. he no longer regards as a mere copy of A. His collation of A is a constant refutation of Koch. Gertz is probably more often right of the two, but both may often be wrong.-Lautensach, Verbal-flexion der atlischen Inschriften (Meisterhans) : any future writer on Greek verbal flexions must pay attention to this careful and thoroughly excellent study. Lupus, Die Stadt Syrakus im altertum (Neuling); the work of Cavallari, Topografia di Siracusa, is not merely translated, but also enlarged and occasionally corrected.

No. 19. - Weil, Les plaidoyers politiques de Démos. thène, vol. ii. Androtion, Aristocrate, Timocrate, Aristogiton : the great Paris MS. E has been recollated, and the Laurentian for the Androtion and part of the Timocrates. The question as to the authenticity of the documents quoted is decided in the affirmative, and the first speech against Aristogiton assigned to Demosthenes, with Blass' consent. The criticisms, both textual and literary, and the exegetical commentary are alike excellent. Rosenberg, Curae Demosthenicae (Fox): the alterations suggested generally deserve consideration, though many are doubtful, some clearly impossible. Meylan and Havet, Nonius Marcellus, Collation de plusicurs MSS. par Meylan suirie d'une notice sur les MSS. de Nonius par Havet (Onions): the collation of Pis on the whole correct, that of B, D and G

M. Havet's theories are interesting, insti uctive and generally in accordance with facts. The few errors into which he has fallen are due to the want of a personal acquaintance with the MSS. Knoell,? Erigippii opera (excerpta ex operibus S. Augustini) ( + +): the edition is based chiefly on a seventh century Vatican MS., but seven other MSS. all earlier than the tenth centnry have been collated, and others occasionally consulted. The textual criticism generally commends itself.-Brnndes, Das frühchristliche Gedicht, Laudes Domini (Bährens);

less so.

The Paris MS. has been recollated, and the text carefully revised. The excursus discusses the question of the destruction of Autun, where the poem was written between 316 and 323 A.D.Kirchhoff, Geschichte des griechischen Alphabcts, fourth edition (Stolz) : distinguished by the same thoroughness, clearness and reserve as the previous cditions, and considerably enlarged by the discovery of new material. —Von der Launitz, Wandtafeln zur Veranschaulichung der Antiker Kunst, die Akropolis rcconstruirt von Bohn (Neuling): warmly commended with some unimportant reservations. : No. 20.-Resl, Verhältniss der fünf crsten Reden im Symposion zur Rede des Sokrates und Alkibiades (Rettig) : in spite of ability and good will the author fails to establish his theories. - Böhner, de Arriani diccndi genere (Mücke): stands on the same level as the work of Grundmann which it serves to complete. Reichenhart, Der Infinitiv bei Lnucretius (Lange): in spite of sundry inaccuracies affords a valuable contribution to the study of Latin syntax.-Müller, Taciti Opera (Wolff): the commentary though short is careful and well-selected. The criticism of the text shews taste and judgement and is on the whole conservative. -De Kampen, Tabulae Maximac, Italia and Gallia, (+ +); specially adapted for teaching purposes.

No. 21.---Albracht, Kampf und Kampfschilderung bei Homer (Weck): a pleasure to read. Shews that the writer has had personal experience of the subject. -Blaydes, Aristophanis Plutus (Wächter): Velsen's edition has rendered the work practically worthless as far as the text is concerned. The chief value lies

in the commentary though even this is overloaded by parallel passages.—Goetzeler, De Polybi elocutione, Wunderer, * Conjecturae Polybianae (štich): Goetzeler's work deals chiefly, with the vocabulary of Polybius. The syntactical part contains little new. of Wunderer's Conjectures many are probably correct. The work is marked by taste and judgement. – Luciferi Calaritani Opera (Mohr): a great improvement on previous editions, returning to the first hand of the Codex Reginensis, where the second hand had been erroneously preferred. Jevons, History of Greek Literature (Sitzler) : every page shews that the author is at home in his subject, and the book deserves to be widely read, though on many points quot homines tot sententiae. --Cramer, De perfecto conjunctivo aprid priscos Latinos (Redslob): a useful contribution, though some viewe advanced are open to question.

Theologische Literaturzeitung. May, 7, 1887. Johs. Kreyher L. Annaeus Seneca (0. Ritschl) : discusses Seneca's relation to primitive Christianity, and criticises Kreyher's theories identifying Seneca with d katéxw of Thessalonians, ii., 2, 7, and with Theophilus of Luke i. 3, and Acts i. 1. July 2. 1887. G. P. Weygoldt, Plato's Philosophy (M. J. Reischle): 'popular and interesting account of the substance and history of Platonism, but not adequate for real knowledge. July 9. 1887. H. Bois, Gnomic Poctry among the Hebreros and the Greeks (Horst): the second part of the book deals with Theognis : appreciative.

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